PANEL: Where Can Value Be Found? Experts from Fund Management, LP Investing, M&A and Economics discuss the subject of finding value in private equity investing in 2013. US public equity markets are at all time highs, in part due to all time low interest rates, and economic indicators in the US and abroad remain mixed. Companies seem at once expensive and opportunistic to investors. In our era of slow recovery, Value remains the most elusive issue for private equity investors.
o Marshall Sonenshine (Moderator) – Chairman of Banking Firm Sonenshine Partners, Professor of Finance and Economics at Columbia University, and financial commentator to numerous media outlets including CNBC, Bloomberg, the New York Times, The Financial Times and Institutional Investor.
o Daniel Bonoff, Partner of Goode Partners which invests primarily in the consumer sector, specifically consumer brands and services, retail, restaurants and direct marketing/selling
o Dan Fireman, Manager Partner of Fireman Capital Partners, specializes in private capital investing in Consumer businesses
o Howard Sanders, Founder of leading independent secondary firm Auldbrass Partners, has run Private Equity for Citibank Pension and taught Private Equity at Columbia University
o David Turner, Managing Director and Head of Private Equity, Guardian Life Insurance Company of America
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